- It would require equivalent of a school system's hosting, storage, security, dedicated servers to handle all the intricate parts of my virtual center, and more moderators needed than a physical school to handle and supervise discussion groups.
- It's more liability than I'm able to cover at this point. Every f2f teachers lives with this risk daily.
- It would take the capital equivalent of a full upscale business, and would require full investment as such, or sponsorship of an institution to lend that capital power. Something that isn't gained (or proven) easily in this current economy.
This next semester of my graduate work looks promising, and may open the door to further opportunities and to crank up the volume. Students will look for ways how to do things on their own, but they still operate by way of least resistence. My goal is to provide a host of resources easily found hence making me easily found as someone who can bridge the gap for whatever topics they need help in. My wiki development is proof of that (search for MrShel wiki).
Til I chalk again,